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NSWCA Class B Rankings

NSWCA Class B Tournament Rankings

  • Gering
  • Beatrice
  • Broken Bow
  • Aurora
  • Blair
  • Pierce
  • Bennington
  • Ogallala
  • Ralston
  • Waverly

The top 10 teams all remained the same but there was a little shuffling around of teams due to changes in the individual rankings. It appears that Brody Nelson from Beatrice will not wrestle this year due to an injury so that took Beatrice out of first place and moved Gering up. Currently the top 2 are almost dead even however there is rumor that returning state medalist Aston Dane is in Gering and is currently on their Trackwrestling roster but shows ineligible. If Dane can wrestle the second semester then Gering will become a strong favorite for #1. Broken Bow was the most beneficiary of the individuals shuffling around and moved them up to 3rd place. Pierce and Ogallala both also moved up with some of the changes. York and Hastings are on the verge of the top 10 and a good performance may shoot them up into the top 10.

NSWCA Class B Individual Rankings

106

  • Caden Svoboda, Aurora
  • Jesse Loges, Blair
  • Jorge Carrizales, Ogallala
  • Chance Houser, Sidney
  • Cadyn Coyle, Bennington
  • Cameron Brumbaugh, Hastings

No changes here from last time but Carrizales from Ogallala has not seen the mat yet. This would have a big impact on this weight and the team race if he cannot wrestle this year. I am assuming that he will be able to wrestle the second semester, so I am leaving him here. If Aston Dane is able to wrestle next semester for Gering that will shake up this weight class.

113

  • Kael Lauridsen, Bennington
  • Blaine Christo, Ashland Greenwood
  • Cash Duncan, Seward
  • Owen Bargen, Columbus Lakeview
  • Daven Naylor, Lexington
  • Pedro Carrizalas, Ogallala

The only change here is Cash Duncan and Owen Bargen traded places for now. The only reason is Duncan has a slightly better record at 120 than Bargen at 113. This assumes Duncan is still dropping to 113 this season. Pedro Carrizalas from Ogallala has also not been on the mat yet this year so we will keep an eye on this also down the road because it has a big impact just like at 106.

120

  • Quinton Chavez, Gering
  • Braiden Kort, Adams Central
  • Grady Arends, Northwest
  • Zach Ourada, Skutt
  • Ivan Lazo, Lexington
  • Connor Whiteley, Scottsbluff

Braiden Kort made it down to 120 so he comes in at #2 based on his state finish last year being higher than Grady Arends. Brock Bolling is staying up at 126 so that takes him out of here and keeps Connor Whiteley from Scottsbluff in the top 6.

126

  • Paul Garcia, Scottsbluff
  • Paul Ruff, Gering
  • Cyrus Wells, Broken Bow
  • Jeremy Mckee, Ralston
  • Brock Bolling, Pierce
  • Drew Cooper, Skutt

With Kort dropping to 120 that moves Cyrus Wells and Jeremy Mckee up one spot. Bolling is now staying at 126 so he moves into the ratings here at #5.

132

  • Drew Arnold, Beatrice
  • Casey Faulkenberry, Broken Bow
  • AJ Parrish, Bennington
  • Reece Jaqua, Wayne
  • Thomas Ivey, York
  • Malachi Bordovsky, Wahoo

No changes this week at this weight class.

138

  • Nate Rocheleau, Gering
  • Trevor Reinke, Beatrice
  • Landon Weidner, Hastings
  • Adam Kruse, Skutt
  • Landon Templar, Blair
  • Logan Jaixen, Columbus Lakeview

This weight class got messed up with the surprising loss of Michael Mass from Ralston to Mohamed Siidow from South Sioux City. It was hard to drop Mass out of the ratings because he is a state runner up and I expect him to be back on the medal stand this season. However, I could not find a way to move Siidow above these other guys just yet. I am sure this weight class will be changing a lot because it is a deep weight class in quality. Adam Kruse drops down to 138 so he enters here at #4. Landon Templar moves ahead of Logan Jaixen because of his win over Jaixen. Asa Johnson is staying up at 145 so that takes him out of here.

145

  • Trevor Kluck, Aurora
  • Gage Stokey, Ogallala
  • Asa Johnson, Alliance
  • Charlie Powers, Blair
  • Connor Wells, Broken Bow
  • Bayler Poston, Nebraska City

Gage Stokey drops from 152 and comes in at #2. Johnson and Kruse traded weights so that puts Johnson at #3.

152

  • Noah Talmadge, Ralston
  • Cameron Zink, Ogallala
  • Ashton Schweitzer, Pierce
  • Yoan Camejo, Blair
  • Cole Maschmann, Beatrice
  • Isaac White, Cozad

Cameron Zink dropped from 160 and takes his teammates place at #2. All the others remain the same.

160

  • Kobe Lyons, York
  • Elliott Steinhoff, Platteview
  • Austin Cooley, Northwest
  • Josh Colgrove, Plattsmouth
  • Jarrett Koch, Beatrice
  • Cooper Spaulding, Norris

More shuffling around here. Zink exits because he dropped to 152. Austin Cooley moves up to replace Zink. Josh Colgrove also moves up a spot. Then Zander Schweitzer plans to stay all the way up at 182 so that brings in the next two guys Jarrett Kock and Cooper Spaulding.

170

  • Evan Canoyer, Waverly
  • Jacob Awiszus, Gering
  • Torrance Keehn, Beatrice
  • Kaden Lyons, York
  • Michael Kruntorad, Pierce
  • Caleb Kriens, South Sioux City

Brady Robb is going to stay at 182 so that moves everyone else up one spot and brings Caleb Kriens in at the #6 spot.

182

  • Brady Robb, Sidney
  • Jay Ballard, Boys Town
  • Cooper Hancock, Wahoo
  • Deegan Nelson, Beatrice
  • Zander Schweitzer, Pierce
  • Caleb Adkins, Plattsmouth

Robb staying at 182 makes him the favorite here at #1. Brekyn Papineau has been wrestling at 195 and teammate Mack Owens has been at 182 so I switched these two. This one is a mess for who earns the #6 spot. Tommy Gilbert from Gross beat Caleb Adkins, but Gilbert lost to Braden Hanson from Blair and Hanson lost to Mack Owens from Aurora. I gave the nod to Adkins because of his quality win over state medalist Brekyn Papineau at 195. I am glad I am not seeding this, and they can figure it out on the mat when it really counts.

195

  • Lathan Duda, Broken Bow
  • Luke MacDonald, Bennington
  • Dexter Larsen, Blair
  • Brekyn Papineau, Aurora
  • Wyatt Fanning, Waverly
  • Chase Cotton, York

Brody Nelson drops out of here because he does not look like he will be back off injury this season. I moved Dexter Larsen up to #3 because of his quality win over Dylan Meyer at 220. Papineau comes in at #4 after moving up from 182. Since Owens dropped to 182 that opened a spot for Chase Cotton at #6.

220

  • Alec Langan, McCook
  • Dylan Meyer, Norris
  • Blake Davis, Hastings
  • Keifer Anderson, Broken Bow
  • Joe Rodriguez, West Point Beemer
  • Martin Carrillo, Wayne

Lance Hume from Blair looks like he is up at 285 so I move him up there allowing Keifer Anderson and Joe Rodriguez to move up a spot and bring in Martin Carrillo at #6

285

  • Mike Leatherdale, Pierce
  • Trevor Brown, Waverly
  • David Hernandez, Ralston
  • Neil Hartman, Concordia/DC West
  • Aaron Jividen, Aurora
  • Reid Steinbeck, McCook

No changes at this weigh class.

NSWCA Class B Dual Rankings

  • Beatrice
  • Bennington
  • Pierce
  • Gering
  • Blair
  • Hastings
  • Broken Bow
  • Nebraska City
  • Aurora
  • Waverly

Beatrice moves up to #1 in the dual rankings based off their 39-33 victory over Bennington last week. Pierce stays at #3 but Gering is closing in on everyone in the top 3 especially if they add Aston Dane to the lineup. Blair, Hastings, and Broken Bow all move up because of Aurora’s loss to Nebraska City. Nebraska City, traditionally a strong dual team, comes in at #8 with their victory over Aurora. Aurora is a strong state tournament team but showed a little vulnerability in duals last week but still strong enough to remain in the top 10. Waverly takes the last spot in the top 10 at #10. This makes the EMC Duals interesting with 3 top 10 teams. Too bad Nebraska City left the EMC because that would have added another top 10 team to the traditionally strong EMC Duals.